What if traditional boundaries of art didn’t matter? I’m exploring the lines between photography, collage, and printmaking; between hands-on and technology. I call it digital collage. Join me: share your thoughts, stay in touch!
Architecture, collage, and the grid intersect in a reimagining of the documentation of place. Continue reading
Three of my pieces accepted for a Violet theme: Trespass, Fractured, men of valor Continue reading
I’ve been looking for ways to show you all the layers in my piece. Concurrent with my show Layered Stories, I thought it would be fun to use technology to break apart a piece for you. Click through this interactive … Continue reading
I see palette ideas everywhere I look, but somehow I usually skip pinks and purples. So girly, so not me, the warm color person. I’m far more drawn to fall colors but, around here, it’s spring in full bloom. And all around me are pinks. Continue reading
Sometimes, the same images that are good focal points are also great as details. The difference is that details might get covered up by other layers, and need strength to poke through and catch your eye. I found myself reusing … Continue reading
When I saw a call titled Montage from Linus Galleries in Los Angeles, I HAD to take a look. Here’s what they were asking for:
Sometimes the process of making art is more intuitive or experimental, as opposed to a strict adherence to traditional artistic practice/technique. In this call we want to see mixed media, collage work or any art that combines various mediums and/or produced unconventionally!
Sounds like a good fit for me, right? I submitted some of my more abstract work, shown here.
So of course I was thrilled to have my work accepted. I am in such great company: see a short video of the selected work here. They also feature their artists on Twitter and Instagram, where I was delighted to see my work posted.
This first round is an online show, with the option to be considered for a physical show later. Wish me luck & I’ll keep you posted.